The status update below was sent to 63 co-authors and 30 prospective co-authors.
- VPHA reading progress – Next check June 8
- VPHA voting for conclusive recommended reading list, ALD 2016 poster: DL June 15
- VPHA ALD History Review reminder
- VPHA organisational poster at Helsinki ALDCoE/HERALD workshop
- A comment without name in ALD-history-evolving-file
- ALD-history-evolving-file how-to: Please preferably copy-paste instead of writing in the file directly
- Other ALD History blog posts
- At this moment, the total completion status is 53%. The crossover point, where the #comments received became larger than #comments needed, corresponding to >50% reading completion status, was on May 10, 2016.
- The current number of co-authors is 63. Co-authors come from 18 countries in three continents: Belgium, Canada, Czech Republic, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Poland, Russia, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, The Netherlands, Turkey, United Kingdom, United States.
- Work is not finished; for example, there still 59 publications in the ALD-history-evolving-file without any comments.
- VPHA-voting-file (open for everyone to view)
- VPHA-voting-instructions (open for everyone to view)
- VPHA-voting-ENTRY-file (open for everyone to edit)
- Each VPHA co-author may vote
- If you want to vote but are not yet a VPHA co-author, please first become a co-author by leaving at least one comment in ALD-history-evolving-file.
- Each VPHA co-author can distribute up to 20 points to early ALD publications. One can also use less than 20 points.
- One can give up to three (3) points to each publication. Thus, one can also give two (2) or one (1) point to each publication.
- To decide the result, the publications will be ordered on the basis points received.
- The top ranked publications will form the "conclusive recommended reading list" for the VPHA poster at ALD 2016 Ireland. (Whether it will be the Top-20 or Top-30 or something else, is to be decided later)
- Voting made with one's own name (thus not anonymously)
- There are two ways to vote:
- Label a voting column with _your name_ and enter the number of points you wish to give to the rows of the publications (the codes work as unique identifiers)
- each ALD History review co-author should actively participate in the ALD history reading. The minimum number of comments expected is 20 for each co-author; many will probably provide more.
- each ALD History review co-author should preferably participate in the voting for the conclusive recommended reading list.
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molecular layering has been used to study the sealing effect of TiO2
coating on sodium borosilicate glass surfaces with the varying composition
of Na2O and B2O3. Details of molecular layering process has not been
given, but refereed to the Kol'tsov's 1969 work. The deposition has been
done on the glass particles with the specific surface area of 0.5 m2/g.
The sealing effect of TiO2 coating, as a function of number of TiO2
layers, has been studied by measuring the leached Na+ ions into the water.
The paper provides valuable information about the effect of the glass
substrate chemical composition on initial growth characteristics of ML
TiO2. The observation was that the most rapid deposition occurs for
low-alkali glass samples. The importance of this is seen as a sealing of
the low-alkali glass substrate surface already after 4 to 6 TiO2 layers,
which is shown as a gradual decrease of Na+ ions leached into the water.
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